The Chimney Swift Short Film Frederic Schuld | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Chimney Swift” Short Film by Frederic Schuld

Director/animator Frédéric Schuld at Fabian&Fred in Hamburg, Germany: “The idea for the film is based on an early childhood memory of a bird falling down my grandparent’s fireplace. It is one of those vague memories that stay with you. [Read more]

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Naraka Championship Launch Trailer by Sehsucht and Final Frontier

Sehsucht director Hans-Christoph Schultheiss (aka HANZOHANZO) stages a massive CG martial arts battle to launch Netease’s inaugural international e-sports tournament for the new Naraka: Bladepoint game. [Read more]

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Start the Year Inspired with a Preview of Stash 151

Kick-off 2022 with a shot of creative adrenaline – take two minutes to check out this preview of the 31 brilliant design, animation, and VFX projects included in Stash 151. [Read more]

Robert Valley Pear Cider and Cigarettes | STASH MAGAZINE

Robert Valley’s Oscar Nominated Short “Pear Cider and Cigarettes”

Finally clear of all his distribution deals, Canadian director/animator and graphic artist Robert Valley just made his celebrated animated short Pear Cider and Cigarettes available online for your viewing pleasure. [Read more]

POWER JUNK Short Film Peter Tomaszewicz | STASH MAGAZINE

“Power Junk” Short Film by Peter Tomaszewicz

London 3D artist and motion designer Peter Tomaszewicz, whose talent for surreal CG was firmly established in films like The Shrewd Awakening and Run-Of-The-Mill, just dropped his newest visual experiment called Power Junk. [Read more]

Scuba Analytics A Sea of Data Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Scuba Analytics “A Sea of Data” Brand Film by Coat of Arms

From cofounders/CDs Clara Lehmann and Jonathan Lacocque at Coat of Arms: “Scuba Analytics redefines data analysis for business users. This video moves you from a sea of confusing data to an underwater ecosystem of intelligent and actionable data with some help from Scuba’s hero, an octopus!” [Read more]